A flag meeting was also held between senior army officers of India and China on June 20, but the tension still continues.
For years Gajraj the elephant was chained in one spot, at the Yami Devi Hindu temple in Aundh, his tusks were chopped off, was starved
Tailin Lyngdoh, who hails from Meghalaya, has travelled the world from London to UAE in her Jainsem,the traditional Khasi dress.
How a Kolkata based Customs inspector is changing lives of underprivileged students by giving them free tuition
Through free coaching to students of financially weak backgrounds, Akash Tripathy trains them for competitive exams
Owing to her poor financial conditions, Shabana could not afford new clothes on the festival but at times surprises come from most unexpected corners
Mudit Dandawate, a 26-year-old IIT graduate, was on a weekend trip along with his friend and two dogs to Thattekere Reserve Forest-- 55 km from Bengaluru where crocodile attack took place
Speaking on the occasion of Eid, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei asked Muslims across the world to slam “oppressors who invade” innocent people, including Kashmiris, Yemenis and Bahrainians
Eight of the 21 transgenders who were given jobs in its ticketing and housekeeping departments of Kochi Metro Rail Ltd (KMRL) have not turned up for work since June 19
The Goods and Services Tax which will be implemented from July 1 will also create jobs in specialised sectors such as taxation, accounting, and data analysis
She was on one of the 200 odd jail inmates who were protesting the death of the 45-year-old Manjura Shetye, a prisoner, who was allegedly beaten to death by the police